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fisherdoug09

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109 days ago

Not sure if I posted this in the right category,hope so. Does anyone have a good source on small battery clock works? My girlfriend is making small craft type clocks and looking for a place to get them. She would prefer a good quality made in America product. Thanks Doug


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#1 posted 109 days ago

Klockit, has lots although I doubt they are US made.

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#2 posted 109 days ago

Most hobby stores (Michaels, Hobby Lobby, etc) sell ‘em.

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#3 posted 109 days ago

Emperor Clocks and +1 for Klockit

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#4 posted 109 days ago

merritts.com , and they won’t rape you on the shipping charges.

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#5 posted 109 days ago

+1 for all the above…

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#6 posted 106 days ago

Again … +1 for all of the Above and Lee Valley.

They have a “Barbers Clock” I’d love to make. As in the Barbers Mirror It runs Counter Clockwise and the Numbers are Reversed.

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#7 posted 106 days ago

For price, quality and quantity go with Klockit or Merritts. As far as American made, I’ve never seen any.

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#8 posted 106 days ago

I agree with Klockit. It’s a great place to go first.

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#9 posted 101 days ago

You can also look at Sloan’s woodworking, just Google them. They got good prices and each one comes with the battery

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